It is that time of year when medical professionals start promoting Flu shots. The Flu can be very debilitating and even deadly for those with compromised immune systems. Last year alone over 57,000 people in the US died from the Flu.
The best thing one can do if they get the Flu is to separate themselves from the rest of the population, Other viruses like Ebola and Chicken Pox require Quarantine so that it is not spread to other people.
Mankind has a virus which we have been unable to cure. It has caused us to be quarantined from the Creator who loves us and wants to live among us. But this virus spreads rapidly and is deadly. God cannot risk exposure to Himself and the rest of Heaven so we are quarantined until we find a vaccine. Although we have come up with vaccines for the flu and Chicken Pox, man has been unable to come up with a vaccine for sin. This cure seems impossible in our current day and age and will leave us permanently separated from the source of Love and Light.
Fortunately for us, God has developed a vaccine and a cure to sin. He sent His only Son to live among the infected and risk exposure. He did not catch the virus even though He was exposed to it on many occasions. The penalty for sin is death but He did not commit any penalties but died anyway as a vaccine to the sin virus.
all those who had any that were sick with various diseases brought them to Him; and He laid His hands on every one of them and healed them. Luke 4
God provided the cure and is offering shots of the vaccine all the time. We just have to be willing to be inoculated. Unlike the Flu shot, this one lasts forever and does not hurt. I urge you to take a moment and ask God for forgiveness through the sacrifice of His Son and start down the path of immunity to sin just like Jesus was. You will be better off for it, I promise. Get the shot and get life eternal. Oh and get a flu shot too...
And that is the Whole Truth!
Have a wonderful rest of the week and may God bless you in your ongoing walk with Him.
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